LED Textile Ribbon from Artistic Ribbon, adds a fun unique embellishment to your scrapbooking pages. The windows in the buildings below are lit with the tiny L.E.D. lights.
I got a look at a product at CHA Winter 2013 that isn’t new but sure looks like it could run circles around the antique I’m using at home! (And who knew an iron could be fun?)
The Oliso Pro Smart Iron with iTouch is not your grandmother’s iron! It has safety and convenience features built in that made me want to run out and buy one and find something to iron.
Some of the most interesting things to see at CHA are always the new exhibitors. There’s always some eye-catching and innovative ideas to be seen!
One unique thing in the new exhibitor section in Anaheim this time was a product called Sticky Sticks.
The idea is deceptively simple – tongue depressors with adhesive on the end on them:
One of the fun things about attending the CHA shows is the opportunity to see the crafts that don’t cross our paths everyday. Visiting Sierra Hills Stone gave me the opportunity to see soapstone carving in progress!
Sierra Hills Stone offers instructional kits in several different designs with everything you need to make a small carving. Most of the designs are animal figures.
This charm carving kit could appeal to both carving enthusiasts and bead makers, and is a small project for beginners to take on. It’s just one of several instructional kits that the company offers, and packages of additional bead carving blanks are also available.